Tracy Bluhm, LMFT, LCP
Tracy believes everyone has the potential for positive change and helps clients identify appropriate goals and means to achieve them. Clients are encouraged to be active participants in their therapy in order to develop empowerment and mastery in their own lives. Tracy feels passionate about treating the “whole person” and using a multi-faceted approach to healing including exploring lifestyle factors, working with other providers and developing a comprehensive care plan.
She has experience working with children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families with an array of problems such as ADHD, relational support, anxiety, depression and childhood behavior problems. Tracy has received extended training in medical family therapy, behavioral concerns in children, anxiety and ADHD. Her non-judgmental and gentle approach allows clients to feel at ease and able to honestly explore difficult aspects of their lives as well as take stock of the strengths they already possess.
Prior to being a therapist, she was a midwife for ten years, in which she helped families during the transitional time of welcoming a new baby. Her passions include running, adventures and being in nature with her two kids.
University of Oregon: 2014
Master of Science, Couples and Family Therapy